Featured Clogging Director: Pauline Toulouse Part Two

This is part two of our Featured Clogging Director series for Pauline Beaudoin. We appreciate all of our clogging friends and would love to feature you in the future.

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7. If there were one thing ClogOn.com could do for clogging, what would you recommend?

Cue sheets of different styles and levels

8. What are the top 5 products you use most in clogging?

  1. Stevens taps
  2. Clogging videos
  3. Clogging shoes
  4. Music
  5. Cuesheets/syllabus

9. What are the 3 best clogging events you go to on at least a yearly basis?

Gigue en fete / Festival in Canada

Unfortunately in my area there is not much, we write most of our routines due to most conventions being so far away. We usually get videos and get new material that way.

Thank you for keeping clogging alive; we see many students wanting to get back to traditional in my areas. Please let me know if I can be of any help , yours truly
Pauline Beaudoin

Featured Clogging Director: Pauline Toulouse

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Name: Pauline Toulouse
Studio: Bradley’s School of Dance

1. How long have you been clogging?

About 13 or 14 years but I did step dancing before

2. Who is responsible for getting you started in clogging?

My dad is responsible for me dancing, he is a fiddler and step dancer and being around music I just wanted to keep dancing, my sister and I found a class in Fla and we never stopped dancing

3. What states and countries have you clogged in?

I have clogged in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Florida and Quebec, Canada

4. When did you become a dance studio owner?

I am not the owner but teach at Bradley’s School of Dance Top Hat Dance Studio and I am the co-director of Clogging Commotion which is directed by my daughter Jessica Beaudoin.